Conrad Grebel University College at the University of Waterloo is hosting a 2-day conference on “Family & Sexuality in Mennonite History: An Academic and Community Education Conference,” October 12-13, 2007.
This conference will offer a sampling of new research related to Family & Sexuality in the Mennonite past, on such themes as Marriage Models and Behaviours; Sexual Beliefs and Practices; Migrating Families; and Violence, Misconduct, and Conflict in Family Relations, for instance. The Friday night keynote address is by Dr. Royden Loewen, Chair in Mennonite Studies at University of Winnipeg, titled “Being Mennonite in the Family: A North American Perspective.”
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